After more than 12 years as leader of the National Institutes of Health – one of the longest-serving in its history – Dr. Francis Collins is stepping down. He talks with correspondent Rita Braver about how he resisted political pressures to support unproven treatments for the coronavirus; the problem of vaccine hesitancy; and how he will continue with two passions: research and rock 'n' roll.
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So he pretty much admits to mass incompetence. Early treatment with HCQ has shown to reduce mortality by 80%. This guy's guidance killed hundreds of thousands.

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Too bad we didn't get to publicly hang him

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Retire before you are charged with crimes against humanity. It won't save him.

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Another mass murderer who will face Nuremberg II.

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He takes zero responsibility for millions dead. Doddering do-gooders cause more damage

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Running away from all his fuckups.

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It's not incompetence. It's not stupidity. It's not "just being a fucking moron". None of that is illegal, so of course that's what they want you to think... IT IS CRIMINAL ACTS AGAINST HUMANITY. FULLY THOUGHT OUT AND FULLY INTENTIONAL.

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Do they have pics of him on Epstein's Island too?

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